The Man in the Crowd 3

The Man in the Crowd 3
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  • As the night deepened, so deepened to me the interest of the scene; for not only did the general character of the crowd materially alter...the rays of the gas-lamps...threw over every thing a fitful and garish lustre. All was dark yet splendid --as that ebony to which has been likened the style of Tertullian
  • The wild effects of the light enchained me to an examination of individual faces...I could frequently read, even in that brief interval of a glance, the history of long years
  •  With my brow to the glass, I was thus occupied in scrutinizing the mob, when suddenly there came into view a countenance (that of a decrepid old man, some sixty-five or seventy years of age,) --a countenance which at once arrested and absorbed my whole attention
  • "How wild a history," I said to myself, "is written within that bosom!" Then came a craving desire to keep the man in view --to know more of him. Hurriedly putting on an overcoat, and seizing my hat and cane, I made my way into the street, and pushed through the crowd in the direction which I had seen him take
  •  I had now a good opportunity of examining his person. He was short in stature, very thin, and apparently very feeble. His clothes, generally, were filthy and ragged; but as he came, now and then, within the strong glare of a lamp, I perceived that his linen, although dirty, was of beautiful texture
  • I caught a glimpse both of a diamond and of a dagger. These observations heightened my curiosity, and I resolved to follow the stranger whithersoever he should go
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